Knowledge, Attitudes and Practice (KAP) Survey: Key Findings

SHOPS Plus collected data from married couples, caregivers of children under five, and adults in urban India to understand knowledge, attitudes, and practices related to family planning, diarrhea management, and stigma related to tuberculosis. The project is using the findings to inform behavior change campaigns in these health areas. This presentation details the findings of the survey and how the data are being used to inform project activities.

Read the story: Using data for more effective behavior change campaigns

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Author

SHOPS Plus

Country
India
Technical Area
Social and Behavior Change
Health Area
Child Health
Family Planning
Tuberculosis
Keywords
child health
diarrhea
family planning
India
oral rehydration salts
tuberculosis
zinc
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